GW students joined the hundreds of thousands of demonstrators who rallied on the Mall Monday in opposition to illegal immigration legislation. But several student organizations said they weren’t getting involved as a group because immigration is less of a political issue and more of a personal matter. Amanda Beltran, director of public relations for GW’s […]
April 13, 2006
Volume 102, Issue 56
Stories from the April 13, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Thursday The Jenny McKean Moore Reading Series – a reading by Natasha Trethewey Join the noted poet for a special GW reading. 8 to 9 p.m. Marvin Center Amphitheatre Sponsored by the GW English Department Creative Writing Program Maida Withers: A Choreographer’s Life Photographic and video exhibit of the creative and performance work of Maida […]
Panelists spoke Tuesday night on the legacy of the late Brooklyn Dodger Jackie Robinson, outlining the travails, accomplishments and influence of the baseball player who has become a cultural icon. The event, which drew about 30 audience members to Gelman Library, featured five experts who discussed the athlete. Robinson became the first black Major League […]
Thorpe could get violations; senators-elect to meet Student Association President-elect Lamar Thorpe is facing two campaign complaints that will be aired by the Joint Elections Committee. The election oversight body found probable cause in two complaints filed against Thorpe, a junior, stemming from the election that took place in March and early April. One regards […]
The campaigning is over, and now the real work begins. In last week’s runoff election, Student Association President-elect junior Lamar Thorpe beat opponent junior Morgan Corr by 186 votes for the SA’s top spot. On May 5, Thorpe and Executive Vice President-elect Josh Lasky will officially be sworn into their respective offices, but they’ve already […]